The aft block of HMS GLASGOW, the first City-class Type 26 frigate being built for the Royal Navy, has been rolled out of the build hall to join the forward block at the BAE Systems shipyard on the River Clyde.
Tag Archives : BAE Systems
26 Apr 2021
As the Pentagon and Congress grapple on determining what to build to meet the “500-ship U.S. Navy goal,” a couple of years-old ideas and artist renderings may lead to a more flexible future for the U.S. Navy’s global operations.
21 Apr 2021
Anson, the fifth of seven Astute-class attack submarines being built for the Royal Navy, has been launched at the BAE Systems site in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
19 Apr 2021
The bow of HMS Glasgow, the first City-class Type 26 frigate being built for the Royal Navy, has been rolled out of the build hall at the BAE Systems...
19 Mar 2021
BAE Systems Australia has signed an AU$150 million (US$117 million) contract for the continued development, procurement and sustainment of the Nulka system, which will strengthen Australia’s sovereign technical expertise and the skills base that supports it.
18 Feb 2021
BAE Systems has handed over the first of a new variant of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle to the U.S. Marine Corps for testing.
10 Feb 2021
BAE Systems has been selected to supply 12 Bofors 40 Mk4 naval guns to the Belgian and Dutch navies as part of the Mine Counter Measures Vessels (rMCM) program.
05 Jan 2021
BAE Systems received a $4 million contract from the U.S. Navy to conduct a quick-turnaround demonstration of a new radio frequency countermeasure (RFCM) system for the P-8A Poseidon.
18 Dec 2020
The strong progress on Australia’s biggest surface shipbuilding project continued today with the Australian Government announcing the start of prototyping on the Hunter Class Frigate Program, BAE Systems said on December 18.
14 Dec 2020
The prototyping phase of the Royal Australian Navy Hunter Class Frigate Program is one step closer, with local company Altrad Services contracted to provide blast and paint services.